What is This Program???
What’s After Dark is a late night programming initiative at Georgetown created to provide students with a variety of options to socialize and engage in numerous activities during late weekend hours. What’s After Dark also provides students with the opportunity to gain more experience in socially responsible
programming and leadership. Late night programming under the slogan "What's After Dark", plays on the Latin meaning of Hoyas to create the additional meaning of "Hoyas After Dark".
Wanna be on the What’s After Dark Listserv?
You can receive a weekly update on late night events for the weekend. No constant emails bombarding you everyday; just a once a week email giving you the skinny on your weekend MUST DO list.
And guess what??? When you graduate, you don’t have to worry about still being on the listserv; you will automatically be removed based on the year of your expected graduation.
Click Here to join us on Georgetown's HoyaLink. Click "Join Organization"
Wanna be a What’s After Dark Volunteer?
What’s After Dark needs volunteers for large-scale events periodically throughout the year. This is NOT an every week occurrence, and you will not receive emails every week asking you to volunteer.
Click Here to be added as a What's After Dark volunteer.
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